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Hi! I had started to try to fix the Lewis Green mess a while back and it overwhelmed me. Thanks for taking it on. I began a space page that might be helpful - see https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Noland-165_Sand_Box_Two

Also, if you'd like to be added as a profile manager of Green-15299, send me a private message (that will give me your e-mail address that I need in order to add you).

Cheers, Liz Cheers, Liz

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
ps - Lewis is my 10x-gr-grandfather, through Burwell.
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
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Oh. The name "Burwell" is of interest since I have a Burwell Smith that is a serious Brick Wall.

And I see Massey.... I do not think that Massey Green Sandlin Green-1051 has the correct parents. I descend from Moses and Elizabeth Green Foley and have done a lot of work on SE KY area since family abounds in that neck of the piney woods. JPS got almost all of Moses wrong. Not her focus. And the fact he is mentioned in so many Lewis Green profiles is problematic. Not certain where French and Indian War Green Fits. And I still do not think Lewis Green IV and Lewis Green Sr. (of DAR) are one and the same. I have not reviewed your notes yet. I need to do more clean-up and detailing in the timelines and re-review JPS. Also I have lots of pics of pages from books at my local Genealogy library if you are interested send me a private message.

Stephen Jones is a direct Ancestor of mine... and you?

posted by A M
if the Stephen you mean is Jones-22397 - not related at all by blood (according to WikiTree) & the 16 degrees connection is too scattered to be meaningful.

I'm sorry to hear that Judy Parsons Smith got it mostly wrong... perhaps that's why I was having such a hard time trying to untangle the Lewises.

For now I'll pass on the images ... I still need to organize the 100 or so pages of Harris information I copied or photographed on trips to genealogical libraries I made several years ago! (My to-do lists have been out of control for quite a long time!)

Thanks again for working on these folks!

Cheers, Liz

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Hi A.,

Congratulations on certifying to work on pre-1700 profiles! It’s very important to read and understand https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:Pre-1700_Profiles. These profiles for deep ancestors are shared by many, and collaborating on them works best if we all follow the guidelines laid out on that page.

David ~ WikiTree Greeter

posted by David Selman
Thank you for the help with the two Peter Perkins, I did a bit of work on them today and also agree they are no longer a match. Something that was argued months ago that they were. Im glad the DNA and sources have dispelled that issue.
posted by [Living McQueen]
Do you have a source for that information?

Peter Perkins (Perkins-4536) and Rachel Jackson Lewis (Lewis-18027) had no issue.

posted by [Living McQueen]
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posted by Guy Constantineau
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posted by Sandy Edwards
Referring to the profile of Browning:432

This profile does not list the sisters "Sarah and Jean".... as referenced in the will. Also, In reference to some of the other children listed from the will .. We have those names listed as Enos' children.... This will appears to be that of Enos Father.... therefore, making it not about the same people/generations. Definitely needs much more researching.

posted by Anne Baker
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posted by Guy Constantineau
I'm happy to confirm A M, a dedicated and careful researcher who has made significant contributions to numerous families!
posted by Steve Broyles
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Love to Collaborate. Happy to Volunteer.
posted by A M
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